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Post Posted: Sep 2, 2008 8:40 am 
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I have 40 years of experience installing and maintaining forced air furnaces, hot water heat boilers, automatic water heaters, humidifiers, and evaporative coolers, gas lines above and below ground.
I have 27 1/2 years with Public Service Company of Colorado, and on my own for 11 years.
Call Steve Cochran, owner of Lonewolf Field Services
Office: 303-670-4372 or cell: 303-884-3553.
Licensed and insured HVAC/Mechanical Contractor.
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How long does it take to do your 24 point inspection and what does it consist of?

How much do you charge to "flush" the boiler system for a 1200 sq ft house?

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The 24 point safety check consists of checking for gas leaks, carbon monoxide levels in the flue pipe and ambienet air, checking for cracked heat excahnger, checking motors and fan blades, filters, oiling bearings, etc.

the process takes about 45 minutes to an hour depending on the unit being serviced.

to flush air from the piping would cost an additional $25.00.

To add chemicals to mediate sediment buildup in the system would be the $25.00 for the flush and the cost of the chemicals.

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I sent you a pm on Thursday and again about 30 minutes ago to set up an appointment.

Have you received either one of them?

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I would like to thank stecat for coming to our home last evening to do his 24 point boiler check and flush our lines on our boiler for it to be ready to go when the snow and temperatures start falling more than they have already.

I would highly recommend his services to anyone who is in need of starting the season with a peace of mind that things are in good working order.

Give Steve at Lone Wolf Field Services a call for your furnace and boiler inspections and repairs.

Thanks a lot, Steve!

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Hi..
Do you dowork on humidifiers as well? Or replace if necessary?
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Yes, I work on humidfiers and can replace them if necesary.

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Steve..
Thanks for your service.. Very informative.. Thanks so much again..
Quick and very consciences..
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Hi Steve. - Can you come out on Saturday morning and check my furnace over? I don't think we've done this since we moved in 6 years ago...I also wanted to see if you could give me an estimate to see how much it would cost to put a humidifier on my furnace...Thanks!


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I can come over on Saturday 12/20/08, not a problem. Just need a time and an address to show up at. 8)

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I highly recommend Steve! He came to our house and arrived promptly...Did a complete check of our furnace and noted no problems. Thanks Steve for your thoroughness and professionalism..You can use me as a reference, anytime.


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